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RE: Handling Peat Moss
have at least one aluminum pot which I still occasionally cook in. I prefer
stainless steel. The theory that aluminum is toxic is no doubt sound
but how much aluminum actually comes off during cooking? In the case of
killifish; once the peat is rinsed squeezed out and further diluted in tank
water we may be talking about parts per billion or even trillion. If you
consider air pollution, copper and lead from your plumbing, radon from
your basement, fluoride from your water company, second hand smoke and it
is amazing this planet supports life at all.
aluminum and Alzheimer's.......what were we talking about?
Tranquility Base. I didn't figure the aluminum could be that bad
when I spent a number of hours browning and boiling beef for ragout
yesterday. I figured that maybe my Alzheimer's might be due to the
but do killies get Alzeimer''s? By the way its a great
recipe with ginger
and everything if you'd like it.